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  • Debjani Mukherjee Biswas

    How can men and women collaborate to bridge and heal the gender divide? As a female engineer with executive and global experience, Debjani Mukherjee Biswas’ insights are unique, practical, and powerful. While the courageous #MeToo movement showed us how broken our power systems are, #UsToo seeks to heal and bridge these gaps. In this power-packed audiobook, we’ll explore the reality of gender bias, and where these values and beliefs came from;the impact of factors such as media, age, culture, and family;an original tool called the Diversity Foray; andhow to improve self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and action planning.Together, we can bridge the global gender gap with...read more

  • Debjani Mukherjee Biswas

    Cultural diversity savvy is critical for business results in an increasingly global workforce. In Unleash the Power of Diversity, Biswas has developed groundbreaking new frameworks and a practical guide to increasing effectiveness through multi-cultural competence. You’ll learn the Five Judgments that analyze the very real cost of stereotyping in the workplace based upon: Reputational CurrencyPhysical ImpactAuditory CuesDistinguishing MarkersWork ProductBiswas provides a practical global toolkit of Do’s and Don’ts with real-life scenarios from multiple continents, enabling you to start the journey toward the power of diversity well-prepared and ready to make a difference in the...read more

  • Debjani Mukherjee Biswas

    Why is there a global epidemic of the “miserably successful?” In Miserably Successful No More, power leader and author Debjani Mukherjee Biswas shares how individuals can harness authentic power and emotional intelligence by understanding their unique styles. By using an engineering mindset of data harvesting and pattern recognition to identify keys to stress reduction, you’ll be well on your way to an easier work life. You’ll learn: Key sources of stress, including time, ego, surroundings, and substanceMISERY: materialism, incongruence, stress, emptiness, relationships, and the “Yeti” of negative self-talkWhat your communication style is and how to use it wellHow to...read more